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‘No One Will Save You’ is a dialogue-free spin on the alien invasion movie
It got both the Stephen King and Guillermo del Toro bump.
On Oct 5, 2023 by Audra Schroeder
‘Just part of your resume’: Professional athletes now must work on their social media game as well as their game
Today’s professional players have to think about how they show up online—and how they represent their identities.
On Sep 28, 2023 by Jon Arnold
Why Apple’s ‘The Super Models’ is a worthy look back into the 1980s fashion industry
Throughout the series, each of the women peels back the layers of their lives.
On Sep 28, 2023 by Whitney Jefferson
Why you need to watch the largely improvised ‘Theater Camp’
There are some promising comedies to look for this fall. Add 'Theater Camp' to the list.
On Sep 21, 2023 by Audra Schroeder
Pablo Larraín delivers biting satire in Netflix’s ‘El Conde’
We’ve seen more than enough spins on vampires in cinema lately, but this one might be among the more unique.
On Sep 14, 2023 by Michelle Jaworski
‘The Pope’s Exorcist’ is a silly teaser for spooky season
It’s been hanging out in Netflix’s Top 10 for a couple weeks now.
On Sep 7, 2023 by Audra Schroeder
‘You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah’ joins the echelon of preteen coming-of-age movies
It feels fresh between some sharp writing and performances.
On Aug 31, 2023 by Michelle Jaworski
Opinion: Stop treating animation like it’s the first draft of a live-action adaptation
Several characters from a beloved Star Wars animated show made the jump to live-action.
On Aug 29, 2023 by Michelle Jaworski
People want a Samantha spinoff after ‘And Just Like That…’ finale
A spinoff likely won't happen, but fans want more Samantha.
On Aug 25, 2023 by Audra Schroeder
Why Seema on ‘And Just Like That’ is one of the best new TV characters
Seema Patel feels like she was plucked out of the original series.
On Aug 24, 2023 by Kerensa Cadenas
‘Depp v. Heard’ looks back at ‘trial by TikTok,’ but offers no new insight
Depp v. Heard is too close to its source material to offer any new context.
On Aug 24, 2023 by Audra Schroeder
‘Red, White & Royal Blue’ is a solid romance—but a lot is left on the cutting room floor
The results are decidedly mixed (and your view might differ on whether you’ve read the bestselling novel).
On Aug 17, 2023 by Michelle Jaworski
Why has ‘Suits’ blown up so much on Netflix?
It's breaking Nielsen records and has fans young and old watching.
On Aug 10, 2023 by Michelle Jaworski
It’s time for more absurd superhero movies like ‘Smoking Causes Coughing’
Quentin Dupieux’s absurd comedy Smoking Causes Coughing, now streaming on Hulu, is a breath of fresh air.
On Aug 10, 2023 by Audra Schroeder